Portland United 0-3 Sholing

Boatmen rounded off a record breaking Wessex league season in style with win number 34 out 38 games with victory over Portland United. The scoreline was a repeat of last week's game and the home side gave Sholing a helping hand with a bizarre own goal in the first half.  Sholing extended their league in the second half, with Alex Sawyer rounding off a flowing move and then Brad Targett slotted past the keeper.  It meant Sholing finished unbeaten away from home, led the league from the first game of the season to the last and also created a new Wessex record for points per game.

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Hamworthy United 2-3 Sholing

A much changed Boatmen side came from behind to set a new Wessex League record.  The win meant Sholing's title winning gap to 2nd place is 28 points, surpassing the 25 points achieved by Lyminton & New Milton in 96/97. With 6 first team regulars unavailable, Aaron Whitmarsh made his debut in goal and Jack Nicholas started for the first time. Also a start in just his 2nd game for James Johnson.  Home side scored on 16 mins, but 2 mins later Dan Mason equalised, controlling Brewster's cross before firing into the corner.  Hamworthy went back in front to lead 2-1 at half time.  Brad Targett hit the post and then Hamworthy had a glorious chance to score a tap-in, but messed it up and were made to pay. Pete Castle came off the bench to head in Hoole's corner on 80 minutes and then deep into added time, Castle's effort was saved, but Dan Mason, who else, with his back to goal, backheeled through the keeper's legs the winner and his 200th goal for Sholing - Match Report & Photos

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Sholing 3-0 Portland United

There was a double celebration for Dan Miller as he picked up the Supporters player of the season award and then grabbed an early goal as the Boatmen rounded off their home campaign with win 18 out of 19 in the league. Miller headed in a corner after just 2 minutes and the lead was doubled on 24 when a good forward run by Royl saw him feed in Brad Targett to beat his man and slot the ball into the far corner.  The young forward then hit the upright twice in as many minutes after the restart before Dan Mason rounded off the scoring on 55 mins. D-Dan latched onto a Wort through ball to sprint clear, ride a tackle, draw the keeper and finish for his 62nd of the season - Match Report & Photos

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Sholing 3-0 Tadley Calleva

Kevin Brewster set up two goals and also scored a trademark freekick as Sholing strolled to a comfortable win. Dan Mason headed in Brewys cross & then won the freekick on the edge of the box that Kev Brewster curled round the wall, leaving the keeper unmoved as it went in. Second half saw Lee Wort get a deserved goal, his 50th of the season as he chested down Brewys ball in & on the stretch, finished past the keeper. Gosney made a couple of good saves to claim his 30th cleansheet of the season as the visitors never really showed the intensity they had in the two home games against Sholing earlier in the campaign - Match Report, Video & Photos

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Bournemouth 2-6 Sholing

The second 6-2 win in succession for the Boatmen in a game of spectacular goals. Home side took the lead on 7 mins when a rare mixup in defence presented a tap-in for the Poppies, but straight from the restart, Jake Hoole charged down the keeper's kick and was left with a tap-in of his own and Sholing's 100th league goal of the season.  On 20 mins, TJ's freekick was met with a flick backward header by Dan Mason and 10 minutes later it was 3-1 with a fantastic 25 yard piledriver by Lee Wort that arrowed into the far corner. Just 2 mins later, another great goal as Jake Hoole ran from his own half, exchanged passes with Wort and coolly slotted the ball into the far corner. On 52 mins, more great link up play as a superb touch by D-Dan set up Lee Wort to finish.  He then rattled the bar from distance.  The home side scored a good goal of their own on 76 mins via a 25 yard freekick that found the top corner, but Sholing rounded off the scoring as Lee Wort sped down the right wing and put over a lovely cross for Dan Mason to nod in at the near post for his 60th goal of the season - Match Report

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Sholing FC Academy Launched

Sholing Football Club is proud to announce the formation of its full-time academy for players aged between 16 and 18 years of age for the 2019/20 season.

The club is launching a 2-year programme where individuals will have the opportunity to play and train under the umbrella of one of Hampshire's biggest and most successful semi-professional football clubs, whilst working towards a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma In Sport (Development, Coaching & Fitness) which is the equivalent of 3 A Levels. - For Full Details and to register an interest, please click here

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Pitchside Banner for just £150!

Advertise your business at Sholing FC with a pitchside banner for just £150! We can also design it for you, free of charge. Our 8ft x 3ft weatherproof banners have proved very popular with local businesses, with discounts available for purchasing more than one.  Full Details Here on how to order

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